Join Bob Israel for the first two parts of a nine-part radio miniseries from the San Francisco Mime Troupe on the Access Hour. The Mime Troupe’s history in Madison dates back to at least October, 1967, when it was also involved in the anti-war movement of the time. The first two episodes of “Tales Of […]
For this episode, Esty is in conversation with historian Nick Estes about the tradition of Indigenous resistance through the lens of his book Our History is the Future. Nick Estes is a citizen of the Lower Brule Sioux Tribe and an assistant professor of American Studies at the University of New Mexico. In 2014, he […]
“As we live in times of hate, we need poems of love.” For today’s episode, Allen is joined in the studio by Matt Rothschild to enjoy a selection of poems performed live on-air by Martín Espada and discuss a wide range of topics like Puerto Rico, identity, mortality, memory, and the beauty of shared humanity. […]
Live music performances will celebrate the release of another volume of Wisconsin protest songs, featuring more new and original tunes for a new day of resistance! This extravaganza will include performances by the Whiskey Farm, Ken Lonnquist, Borderlands, Tom Kastle, the Getaway Drivers, the Material Boys, Lyric Advisory Board, VO5, BingBong, Annelies: A German Art […]
In his first 10 days in office, President Donald Trump has already established an ambitious and far-reaching agenda. Through an aggressive use of executive orders, Trump has already started the process of undoing the Affordable Care Act, issued gag orders on dozens of federal agencies, banned immigration from seven countries with majority Muslim populations, dumped […]
How do we build power to counter Trumpism, the further shift to the right? What does the massive turnout of the nation-wide Women’s Marches say about the Trump presidency? Today Allen Ruff speaks with journalist Arun Gupta, discussing his recent Raw Story column.